Apple running behind schedule with iOS 7, said to include significant UI changes

3 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon
iPhone 5 in hand

According to Daring Fireball’s John Gruber, Apple is running behind schedule with iOS 7, and the company has pulled engineers away from OS X 10.9 to work on it. Gruber made the comments in a Branch conversation with iMore’s Rene Ritchie, and a number of other high-profile Apple pundits.

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Google blames technical issues for buried iTunes Store links in search results

3 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Google logo

If you use Google to search for apps for your iOS devices, you may have noticed that that the results that you have been getting recently aren’t always particularly helpful. Where previously, iTunes Store links appeared at the top of the search engine’s results, many are now buried much further down.

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Apple to report Q2 2013 earnings on April 23rd

2 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon

Apple has announced that it will be holding an earnings call to discuss the financial results of its second fiscal quarter of 2013 on Tuesday, the 23rd of April, at 2.00pm Pacific Time (10.00pm here in the UK). As per usual, the company will be providing a live audio stream of the call on its website.

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Apple issues apology to Chinese customers

1 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon
1 Infinite Loop

Over recent weeks, China’s state-run media has accused Apple of treating customers unfairly regarding its repair and warranty procedures. Initially, Apple had responded to the claims by saying that its Chinese warranty was more or less the same as in other markets around the world, but now the Cupertino company has announced that it will be making a number of changes for customers in the East Asian country.

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Apple reminds customers why the iPad is best

29 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Why iPad?

Following the introduction of a new iPhone advertising campaign on its website last weekend, Apple has launched a similar promotion for the iPad. The Cupertino company has added a new “Why iPad?” page featuring both the iPad and the iPad mini, which highlights just a few of the reasons why customers love the devices so much.

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Apple updates Final Cut Pro X ahead of new marketing push to win back professionals

28 March, 2013 - Killian Bell
Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro X received a lot of criticism when it was launched back in June 2011. Apple made some significant changes to the popular video editing tool, and cut a number of features that many users, particularly professionals, still used. The Cupertino company is now launching a new marking push to win those consumers back, alongside updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor.

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Belkin unveils the world’s thinnest and lightest iPad keyboard case

27 March, 2013 - Killian Bell
Belkin Ultimate Keyboard Case

Belkin has today unveiled its new Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad, which turns your beloved tablet into the perfect portable notebook. Built from an aluminum alloy, it promises to be the thinnest, lightest, and smartest iPad keyboard case in the world, measuring just 6.4mm thin and weighing 17 ounces.

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Logitech launches Keyboard Folios for iPad & iPad mini

26 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Logitech Keyboard Folio cases

Logitech has today announced the launch of two new keyboard cases for the iPad and iPad mini – the Keyboard Folio and the Keyboard Folio mini. Created from refined fabrics, and featuring built-in Bluetooth keyboards, Logitech says the cases deliver a comfortable typing experience and protect your iPad while on the go.

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Google+ for iOS updated with a number of new features

25 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Google+ iPhone app

If like me, you’re a frequent Google+ user, you will be pleased to hear that Google has updated its iOS app with a number of new features and enhancements. The most notable new feature sees the introduction of image editing capabilities, which include the ability to crop, rotate, and apply filters to your photos before you post them.

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